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Siddharth Anand‘s recent film, Fighter, starring Hrithik Roshan, has been making headlines for its poor box office performance. The director has made a bizarre claim that the film’s failure is due to the fact that 90% of Indians have never flown in a plane.
This statement has been met with widespread ridicule and criticism, with many people creating Funny Memes and videos mocking Anand’s reasoning. Some have even pointed out that other recent Bollywood Movies with similar themes, such as War and Pathaan, have been successful, despite the fact that they also feature scenes set in the air.
Anand’s comments have also drawn attention to the wider issue of the lack of diversity in Indian cinema. Many films tend to focus on the lives of the wealthy and elite, ignoring the experiences of the vast majority of Indians who live in poverty.
Fighter is not the first Indian movie to flop at the box office. In recent years, there have been a number of big-budget films that have failed to make a profit. This has led to concerns about the future of the Indian Film industry.
Some experts believe that the Indian Film industry needs to change its approach in order to survive. They argue that films need to be more relatable to the average Indian viewer and that filmmakers need to take more risks with their题材.
Others believe that the Indian Film industry is simply going through a rough patch and that it will eventually rebound. They point to the fact that the industry has faced similar challenges in the past and has always managed to overcome them.
Only time will tell what the future holds for the Indian film industry. However, one thing is for sure: Siddharth Anand’s bizarre claim about Fighter is unlikely to help the industry’s cause.